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love. She must stop confusing the
different meanings of the word. She
must define love in all of its ways,
choose the kind she would have, and
accept no other.
Whenever a woman thinks that
life is defrauding her of the wonder
ful love of" which she is worthy, it is
time for her to ask herself what she
herself means by love, and what she
demands of love.
If she is being cheated, it is often
because in her great eagerness to
grasp at any love, she has not stop
ped to distinguish between dross and
gold; or because she herself has
offered more of the alloy than of the
We get out of life what we put into
it, say the philosophers. And we get
out of love truth for truth, passion
for passion, lying for hypocrisy, and
for vanity only repentance and grief.
Starch is now being manufactured
from sweet potatoes.
Miss, ano Miss Gcttawaq
ARE LEAVING TO SPErND i
THE REMAINS & WINTER
MONTHS. AT RALM BEACtil
MEATLESS MENUS FOR LENT
BREAKFAST Stewed figs and
cereals, French toast and- coffee.
LUNCHEON Corn chowder and
toast, pear salad, oatmeal wafers.tea.
DINNER Fish soup, curried ve
getables, potato puff, sponge cakegt
and stewed peaches, coffee. "
The ingredients are 1 can corn, i
cup salt pork cut in cubes, 1 cup po
tatoes cut in cubes, y cup sliced
onions, 3 cups water, 2 cups milk, y2
cup cracker crumbs and 1 tablespoon
each of flour and butter.
Cook the salt pork in a frying pan
5 minutes; add the onion, and cook
until yellow. Parboil the potatoes,
and add with the corn and water,"
and cook 20 minutes. Thicken the
milk with the butter and flour and
combine' all the ingredients, includ
ing cracker crumbs and seasonings.
Serve with croutons or fried bread.
Succotash may be substituted for
canned corn. t
Curried Vegetables. '
Clean, scrape or peel, and cut into
small cubes, y2 pound each of car
rots, turnips, celery and onions. Par
boir and drain dry on a clean nap
kin in a colander. Melt a heaping
tablespoonful of butter in a sauce
pan, and blown the vegetables but
do not burn them. Heat enough
brown gravy to cover and stew the
vegetables slowly until tender. Add
1 tablespoon of curry powder, or
season with same to taste, simmer
5 minutes, and serve in a border of
boiled rice. ,
The ingredients are 2 cups flour, 4
tablespoons sugar, 4 tablespoons
cooked oatmeal, y2 teaspoon salt, 6
level tablespoons shortening, and hot
water. Mix the sugar and salt with
the flour, work in the shortening and
the oatmeal, add just enough hot wa
ter to make the dough hold together,
roll out as thin as possible and bake
in a moderate oven,